Things To Do in London in February 2016
Winter is nearly gone and our offbeat tips for things to do in London in February are sure to bring the sun out!
This month’s top picks include erotic cake decoration, a £1 book sale, Ghana beats, a Harry Potter cabaret & much more…
London gives Edinburgh a run for it’s money with this subterranean feast of theatre, comedy, food & most important a nice pint! See our top 10 here.
Theatre & Shows
A tender play from Jack Thorne (Skins, Shameless) that gets to the heart of relationships & their complications in a beautiful way.
A jaw-dropping dystopian light show decends upon the Battersea Arts Centre. Light tells the story of Orwellian future where a totalitarian regime monitors the thoughts of its citizens through implants & those who fight against the machine.
Comedy & Cabaret
My old man said follow the van, and don’t dilly dally on your way to Wilton’s. Ida Barr the music hall legend and hip hop artiste extraordinaire is here to show you a good time.
In ‘Tez Talks’ assumes you are in a class in the final stages of a conversion to Islam and his final class is on integrating into British life. Tez cuts to the heart of British issues around Islam and pokes fun at the media in a hilarious hour of comedy.
Film & Music
11 feature films, three documentaries and five short films coming out of countries including Japan, China, Kazakhstan, Myanmar and Afghanistan. The programme includes the rather awesome State of Play (pictured above), which gives you a unique insight into the world of professional video gaming.
SING HALLELUJAH as the great Whoopi and Lauryn Hill aigggt team up for the sequel of the century and are joined by a live gospel choir in a massive church.
Markets & Sales
Celebrities including Russell Howard & Greg James step up for the charity dodgeball tournament spectacular.
Missing the Bake Off, then get on down to The Book Club where the folks from the Old Milk Float will teach you that baking is the ultimate aphrodisiac.
A competitive Valentine’s games fiesta featuring over 200 games including Scalextric, Chinese chequers, Mousetrap, Dwile Flonking, Chess, Deal or no Deal, Asteroids, crazy golf and British Bulldog.
Ok so we admit it’s not in London, but we think the pop kids of London will vacate to sunny Bognor to dance to the likes of Guilty Pleasures, Sink the Pink, Sister Sledge & En Vogue.